On Tuesday it became known that the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly has filed a resignation. Its decision he explained the failure claimed by the authorities of the program of development of the city.
MOSCOW, 26 APR –. The probability that the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly will remain in his post, is quite high, according to the President of communication holding “Minchenko consulting” Evgenie Minchenko.
On Tuesday, the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly has filed a resignation. He said this back in late December during the parliamentary session, explaining the decision to the failure of development programs to the city’s legislative and Executive branches. Chaly also said that the city Governor Sergey menyaylo refuses to report to the city Parliament on the work done.
“I think both of them (Chlomo and Menyailo – ed.) ought to calm down. It is necessary to remove this unnecessary emotion and begin to engage constructively. Well, given that the question of the resignation Chaly moved, I do not exclude that in the end, this resignation will not take place, and he will remain in his place. I think the probability that he will remain in his post, is quite high,” said Minchenko.
The same opinion and Chairman of the Board of the Foundation for civil society development (Fcsd) Konstantin Kostin, in his opinion, “today’s news is more associated with bureaucratic procedure,” and the reason Chaly became a serious disagreement between the Executive and the legislature.
“This is the main reason actually. But I think in this situation everyone should, first of all, think about the residents of the city and to work in concert… In the coming days, the statement, which it filed back in December of last year, should be either withdrawn or considered,” said Kostin.
At the same time, the expert thinks, Chaly is the majority leader in the Legislative Assembly and therefore, even in the event of his retirement, he still largely will determine who will be the next speaker.
“But with him as a man of bright, public, with whom many residents have placed their hopes, responsibility (in this case) is removed. Who is interested in it? Not interested, just not interested heads of Executive power, and I think, in General Chaly himself as a politician are also not interested”, — concluded the Agency interlocutor.
Chaly was one of the leaders of the “Russian spring” which launched the process of return of Crimea to Russia in 2014. After the beginning of Pro-Russian rallies in Sevastopol he got so strong support among the local population that he began to call “people’s mayor”. In early April 2014 Legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Chaly appointed acting Governor for the transition period. This position he held until April 14, when he resigned his authority, and by decree of the President of the Russian Federation took the former Deputy commander of the black sea fleet Sergey meniailo.